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F1 warned to stop controlling drivers

F1 warned to stop controlling drivers

Formula 1 teams must stop trying to control their drivers so much if the sport is going to make them heroes again, reckons Red Bull boss Christian Horner

Why 90,000 went to the Silverstone Classic

Why 90,000 went to the Silverstone Classic

Historic racing is now a huge part of the sport, as last weekend's Silverstone Classic demonstrated. KEVIN TURNER was there and argues that historics are about much more than just rich drivers in old cars

What F1 teams can learn from Ricciardo

What F1 teams can learn from Ricciardo

It's too easy for teams to be conservative with driver choices. EDD STRAW explains what rival F1 teams can learn from Red Bull and Daniel Ricciardo.

FRIC loss a boost for Hamilton

FRIC loss a boost for Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton thinks the loss of FRIC suspension is going to help him to come back stronger when the Formula 1 season resumes after the summer break

Breaking News

Formula E postpones Malaysian round

The second round of the inaugural Formula E season has been postponed by five weeks, with the race in Putrajaya in Malaysia now taking place on November 22

Lauda: F1 doesn't need Briatore

Niki Lauda insists that Formula 1 does not need former team boss Flavio Briatore to help find ways to make itself more popular

Next rallies vital for Citroen drivers

Citroen drivers Kris Meeke and Mads Ostberg will have the next three rounds of the World Rally Championship to stake their claim on a DS3 WRC for next season

Ex-Caterham staff refuse to back down

The sacked Caterham Formula 1 staff taking legal action against their former employer have refused to back down over their claims they were unfairly dismissed

Spanish GP track to host World RX

Formula 1's Spanish Grand Prix venue Barcelona will host a World Rallycross Championship event in 2015

F1 News

Lauda: F1 doesn't need Briatore

Niki Lauda insists that Formula 1 does not need former team boss Flavio Briatore to help find ways to make itself more popular

Ex-Caterham staff refuse to back down

The sacked Caterham Formula 1 staff taking legal action against their former employer have refused to back down over their claims they were unfairly dismissed

FRIC loss a boost for Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton thinks the loss of FRIC suspension is going to help him to come back stronger when the Formula 1 season resumes after the summer break

Historic F1 cars join Singapore bill

A line-up of 20 iconic Formula 1 cars will race on the 2014 Singapore Grand Prix support bill this season

MotoGP News

Camier to stand in for Hayden

Briton Leon Camier will stand in for Nicky Hayden on the Aspar Honda for the next two MotoGP rounds as the 2006 world champion recovers from wrist surgery

Dovizioso extends Ducati deal

Andrea Dovizioso has extended his Ducati MotoGP deal for two more seasons, while team-mate Cal Crutchlow insists he will honour the second year of his contract.

Hayden undergoes further surgery

Nicky Hayden has undergone further wrist surgery to try to tackle his long-standing injury during MotoGP's summer break.

Moto2: Rabat commits to Moto2 for 2015

Runaway Moto2 championship leader Tito Rabat has committed to another season in the second-tier category in 2015 rather than a MotoGP move, even if he wins the title.

Rallying News

Next rallies vital for Citroen drivers

Citroen drivers Kris Meeke and Mads Ostberg will have the next three rounds of the World Rally Championship to stake their claim on a DS3 WRC for next season

Toyota GT86 to debut in Germany

Toyota's latest rally car will run in public for the first time on next month's Rally Germany, where the GT86 CS-R3 will be used as a zero car

Toyota to test Yaris WRC on asphalt

Toyota's Yaris WRC will make its first test on asphalt next month, but no firm commitment about a World Rally Championship entry is expected before the end of the year

Ostberg beats Gronholm in exhibition

Citroen World Rally Championship driver Mads Ostberg triumphed in an exhibition event in Helsinki that pitched modern WRC stars against a selection of Finnish rally legends

WEC News

Audi set to stick with single hybrid

Audi looks certain to continue racing its Le Mans 24 Hours-winning R18 e-tron quattro LMP1 with only one hybrid system in next year's World Endurance Championship

LMP2 set to become coupe-only class

The LMP2 category looks certain to become a coupe-only category when new regulations come into force in 2017.

Ram Racing withdraws from WEC

The British Ram Racing Ferrari team has withdrawn from the remainder of this year's World Endurance Championship.

Strakka Dome undergoing revisions

The as-yet-unraced Strakka Dome LMP2 coupe is undergoing rear-end revisions before it resumes testing.

WTCC News

New Lada set for August unveiling

Lada announced that it will unveil a concept of its 2015 Vesta World Touring Car Championship racer at the Moscow International Motorshow in August

Beijing replaces Sonoma WTCC round

The World Touring Car Championship has confirmed it will hold a third race in China this season at the Beijing Goldenport Motor Park circuit on October 5th.

Lopez takes fifth win of 2014

World Touring Car Championship leader Jose Maria Lopez took his fifth victory of the season after securing a hard fought win at Spa-Francorchamps.

Muller wins first race at Spa

Yvan Muller scored a comfortable fourth World Touring Car Championship victory of the season on the series return to Spa-Francorchamps for the first time since 2005.

IndyCar News

RLL, Foyt handed penalties

Rahal Letterman Lanigan and AJ Foyt Racing have been penalised for technical infractions following last weekend's IndyCar double-header in Toronto.

Montoya/Ganassi split 'best for both'

Chip Ganassi believes that both his team and Juan Pablo Montoya have benefited from the split that led to the Colombian's return to IndyCar with rival Team Penske this year

Conway wins with bold slick tyre call

Mike Conway cashed in on an early change from wet tyres to slicks to win the second race of the IndyCar double-header in Toronto, his second victory of the season

Bourdais dominates Toronto opener

Sebastien Bourdais dominated the postponed opening race of IndyCar's Toronto double-header to take his first series win since his final Champ Car victory at Mexico City in 2007

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